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Deadline Approaching for WFT Ireland Short Film Showcase
17 Jan 2020 :
The deadline for submissions for the Women in Film and Television (WFT) Ireland Short Film Showcase is 20th January 2020 at 5pm.

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2020, WFT Ireland will once again be running the annual Short Film Showcase.

There is no submission fee to enter a film, however submitted films must be from a current WFT Ireland member. WFT has several judging criteria which includes production values, women on the crew, feminist theme/narrative, quality of vision and writing.

Submission Criteria:

  • The person submitting the short film MUST be a current WFT Ireland member. You can join WFT Ireland or renew your membership here.
  • If you are the WFT member submitting a short, you must be the film’s Director, Writer, Producer or DOP.
  • The director of the short film MUST be female.
  • Documentary, Experimental, Narrative or Animation films are all welcome.
  • The short film must have been made in the LAST TWO YEARS, i.e. between 1st Jan 2018 – 10th Jan 2020.
  • The film must be 15 MINS OR UNDER. This includes the credits. Films longer than this can’t be considered as time slots are limited.
  • If you are submitting more than one film, create a separate entry each time.
  • You must be able to submit your film in a suitable file/DCP for screening.

Submit your film here.

*Profits from DFFF 2018 supporting WFT

Submissions to this year’s showcase are also in with the chance of winning a special Bursary to support their next film to the value of €1,000 courtesy of the Dublin Feminist Film Festival  

The deadline for submissions is 20thJanuary 2020, at 5pm. 

About Women in Film & TV Ireland

Women in Film and Television Ireland is a voluntary body run by film and TV professionals, representing the creative, business and technical divisions of the Irish audiovisual sector. Their aim is to promote greater representation of women, both on screen and behind the camera, as well as ensure that the Irish film and television industry functions as a meritocratic, sustainable and successful force into the future. Find out more about what they do at WFT.ie.

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